- Willie Revillame recently shared his experience of getting vaccinated against COVID-19
- The actor also showed off his left arm where he got vaccinated and revealed that he got inoculated using the Sinovac vaccine
- The celebrity also encouraged his viewers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible
- Willie also explained that he had to pass a health screening before he was vaccinated
Willie Revillame shared his experience of getting inoculated against COVID-19 in a recent video posted on Wowowin YouTube channel.
KAMI learned that in the video, Willie revealed that he was inoculated with the Sinovac vaccine which has recently been approved for use for senior citizens and health workers by the Food and Drug Administration of the Philippines.
The celebrity also shared that he was only vaccinated after passing the health screening and that he was given paracetamol after getting his first shot. He also revealed that he will be getting his second dose on May 11, 2021.
Willie also encouraged his viewers to get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect lives and prevent further complications of COVID-19. He mentioned that President Duterte is right in saying that it is important to get inoculated.
You can watch the full video here:
Wilfredo Buendia Revillame, better known as Willie Revillame, is a Filipino television host, singer, songwriter, businessman, actor, and comedian. Revillame entered showbiz in 1987 as a member of Randy Santiago's Hawi Boys, along with Chinkee Tan, Dennis Padilla and Jong Cuenco.
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